How to Draw Girl Eyes

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The eyes of a girl have a few very distinguishing physical characteristics. Learn how to draw girl eyes with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Patricia, I'm an artist. And I'm going to show you how to draw girl's eyes. Now first off we are going to do the almond shapes. Women usually have nice almond shaped eyes. The distance between eyes is usually one eye length. So if you have small eyes it's going to be a small distance. And if you have bigger eyes it's going to be a larger distance. Just put this is where the nose is. And then for the eyes themselves you can do another line up here for the upper eyelid. And then lets do the eye. We'll get the eye in here. And it's a circle but it's cut off on the top and the bottom unless the eyes are, if you are trying to portray bug eyes then they're like that. But for here they're just looking at us. And we have the center circle. And you can fill this in. Of course this is going to be black but I'm doing it in blue. Imagine it's black. And then you can add detailing in here. I'm just going to do some lines. And then of course all woman dream of thick beautiful lashes. So we are going to put, pretend these are well they are thick beautiful lashes. But pretend that line is like an eyeliner line or thicker line showing the lashes. Again on the bottom they're a little bit shorter. And I'm going to do it again just some short lashes. And then up above again nice long beautiful lashes. I'm curving the lines. And then your brows. Often women style their brows. So you can do lots of different types of stylings. In this case we're just going to have some simple brows. And then you can put eyeshadow or whatever you'd like on it. But here are girl's eyes. Enjoy.

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